‘SPECTRE:’ New TV-Spot Reveals More Details About Bond

By Anshul Hardikar | 1 year ago
‘SPECTRE:’ New TV-Spot Reveals More Details About Bond

“SPECTRE” is undoubtedly one of the most anticipated movies of the year. What happens if you release a new TV spot/footage from the movie? More excitement? You will feel the same when you will see a little new footage from the movie and will realize why you should watch the movie when it releases.

According to Slash film, the brief footage is a combination of blasts, car chases, punches and kicks all combined. There are two really smart lines about assassins that Bond and Madeleine Swann talk about only to be interrupted by Mr. Hinx who kicks the dining table and thus engaging in a deadly one on one combat with Bond.


Fans should expect the same kind of fight that Bond had back in “Casino Royale” when he murders the two arms dealers who come to visit Le Chiffre in the hotel in Montenegro. There’s also the famous line repeated in the TV spot that Moneypenny uses on Bond, the line about whether his career has come to an end. Other than that one can see Bond and Mr. Hinx in their respective supercars driving through the silent streets of a city that looks like Rome.

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Coming soon reported that Andrew Scott, who plays the role of Max Denbigh, will be seen as the new head of the Centre for National Security and will question Bond’s actions as an agent and will challenge the relevance of MI6 led by M. The movie is said to show Bond as an agent who goes rogue just to uncover the most sinister organization in the Bond universe.

Rumors have been circulating around that Christoph Waltz will be portraying the role of Ernst Stavro Blofeld, but his character has been named Franz Oberhauser. Bond was pretty surprised to see him, which means Oberhauser is someone Bond is familiar with. “SPECTRE” will release on November 6th.

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